Connecticut Historical Buildings

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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Bergin Correctional Institution Tolland Coventry
Cheiftan Estate Fairfield Glenville
Clark Tavern New Haven Milford
Eleazar Lord Tavern New London Norwich
Gates Correctional Institution New London Niantic
Golden Ball Tavern Middlesex Haddam
Hawkes Nest Fairfield Stamford
Julie Hall Fairfield Westport
Keeler Tavern Fairfield Bethel
Knapps Tavern New Haven New Haven
Mailands Fairfield Westport
Marvin Tavern Fairfield Norwalk North
New Britain Home Hartford New Britain
New Haven Veterans Coliseum New Haven New Haven
New London County Home New London Uncasville
Number 9 Stable Fairfield Glenville
Peck Tavern New London Old Lyme
Red Mountain Shelter Litchfield Cornwall
Round Hill Community House Fairfield Glenville
Round Hill Stables Fairfield Glenville
Saint Lukes Home for Destitute and Aged Women Middlesex Middletown
Sanford Tavern Hartford Hartford North
Sargents Estate Fairfield Glenville
Smith Tavern New London Uncasville
Sokol Hall Middlesex Essex
Sun Tavern Fairfield Westport
Webster Correctional Institution New Haven Southington
Woodfield Orphanage Fairfield Bridgeport
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